of our UK undergraduate students are in employment or further study within six months of completing their studies
(according to the 2015/16 DLHE survey)
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We work with a number of bodies, conducting research and knowledge exchange, using this experience to enhance the quality of our teaching.
We are involved in a range of research projects from small-scale local initiatives to government and EU-funded research.
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Central to our work is the application of academic knowledge to the work of practitioners in the field of criminal justice.
Discover how we apply our research and share it with others
We work with a range of national and international bodies, conducting research and development work in the field of cybercrime and digital forensics.
Find out more about the Centre for Cyberforensics
Learn more about the CFET conference
We worked with Kent Fire and Rescue Service to help them understand how they respond to, and investigate, causes of electrical fire.
Learn more about our work with Kent Fire and Rescue Service
We have been working with Historic England for several years on the application of forensic science to heritage and cultural crime.
Find out more about our research in Heritage and Cultural Crime
Our policing research includes work with the College of Policing as well as Lord Stevens’ Independent Police Commission. We have also published a number of key policing handbooks.
Learn more about our policing research
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